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WTB Mac Mc10 or D44 saw Fan housing- FOUND ONE
#1
This is probably the last piece I need to finish my Mc10 clone.

Only came on Mc10 and D44 saw.

McCulloch P/n = 51228

Pm or email me if you have one to sell.
Damaged is OK, I can probable fix most any damage.

Scott

I am all set, Cat Kart stepped up on a tip from Stroker Ace.
Thank you for all the input,
Scott
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#2
Also the model 55.
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#3
(04-01-2020, 04:43 PM)Scott Kneisel Wrote: This is probably the last piece I need to finish my Mc10 clone.

Only came on Mc10 and D44 saw.

McCulloch P/n = 51228

Pm or email me if you have one to sell.
Damaged is OK, I can probable fix most any damage.

Scott
HELLO SCOTT
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Try this 
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https://www.ebay.com/itm/FLYWHEEL-SHROUD...Sw-rReTfBP
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#4
That shroud on ebay fits Super 44/55 and newer models. Doesnt come quite close to the D44/55.


BUT...........

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4565]

If you like welding this magnesium its not too difficult to cut the top edge down on later model shroud and convert to a D44 style. I have done them in the past, but it is a little time consuming. Patience is required.

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4566]

This area can even be notched out to resemble the earlier shroud. It is an option.


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#5
(04-02-2020, 03:26 PM)Terry Bentley Wrote: That shroud fits Super 44/55 and newer models. Doesnt come quite close to the D44/55.


BUT...........

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4565]

If you like welding this magnesium its not too difficult to cut the top edge down on later model shroud and convert to a D44 style. I have done them in the past, but it is a little time consuming. Patience is required.

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4566]

This area can even be notched out to resemble the earlier shroud. It is an option.

Scott is correct!  Only on the D44 and Mc-10.  The same is true for the cylinder head.
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#6
These are the two chainsaw models with correct head and shroud.

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4567]
[Image: attachment.php?aid=4568]


The D44 is a direct drive model using .404 chain.

[Image: attachment.php?aid=4569]

The model 55 powerhead is identical but has a governor with gear reduction transmission and uses 1/2" chain.


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#7
Got it
will keep looking
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#8
I believe there is one on ebay now, but he saw you coming.
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#9
Got one from Tim Hinson at Cat Kart,
Thanks for all the input.
Scott
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